Clay Aiken – Kids Can Teach Us All!


The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience,
but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.
~ Martin Luther King
 ~~~~~      ~~~~~     ~~~~~

Clay Aiken and Sunny Hostin will be presenting their segment

about West High School

on The View


Monday, January 16th – Martin Luther King Day!

Clay and Sunny traveled to one of the most divided high schools in the U.S.

They found out what kids can teach us about coming together as a nation.

Today, they will report about their visit and show some video of their day with the students.

I hope you will watch and invite your friends to watch too!

ON ABC – Check the time in your area to see The View

~~~~~     ~~~~~     ~~~~~

“We will not resort to violence. 

We will not degrade ourselves with hatred. 
Love will not be returned with hate.” 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a time of remembrance established by the U.S. government to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as his birthday is on Jan. 15.

The day is observed on the third Monday of January each year and gives us a day to reflect on the monumental changes that one man set in motion.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. King, a Baptist Preacher and American Civil Rights Leader, preached non-violence and worked to bring about social, political and economic equality for African-American citizens. His eloquent pleas for racial justice in the 1950’s and 1960’s won the support of millions of people both black and white. He won the Nobel Peace prize in 1964 for leading the black struggle for equality through non-violence

King was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, posthumously in 1977 for his efforts in fighting prejudice. And in 1986 The United States Congress established a national holiday to honor Doctor King.

 Take a moment today and think about Martin Luther King Jr.  He changed all our lives!



Clay Aiken News Network is an unofficial fansite. We are not affiliated in any way with Clay Aiken or his management. This website was made by fans for fans and makes no impression or impersonation of the official site, which can be found under the domain

8 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Kids Can Teach Us All!

  1. Thanks for the reminder of the importance of MLK day and of what a truly great man he was. If we could at set aside racial hate for this one day it could be a beginning. Clay and Sonny will do a wonderful presentation on the View today. I hope it will make a difference to the students at the Ohio high school. ❤️ UNCONDITIONAL love for you Clay.

  2. Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of my heroes! He stood against the odds and proved one man can make a difference! Looking forward to The View!

  3. Clay and Sunny had great views to share from the students at West H.S. I'm sure that many students across America are feeling the same.

  4. I really enjoyed seeing The View this morning. What an important topic! Clay was outstanding.
    Thank you for the information about Martin Luther King. He is an important man to remember

  5. Wasn't Clay great this morning. It was an important program and the kids were truthful about how they are feeling.

    Thank you for not forgetting MLK. It was the perfect day to have the segment Clay was in. It ties in.

  6. Clay Aiken is awesome. Hopefully he will continue to be used by The View in more of this. I'm impressed by Clay, I even voted for Clay when he was on American Idol . ..

  7. im glad clay aiken was on the vew he sure was great this morning and im glad today is also martin luther king day

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.